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Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series: One of the many tributes to Steve Jobs set up at Apple stores as news of his death spread. This one, at the Beijing Apple store, was photographed on an iPhone 4 with the Hipstamatic app
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Technology editor Charles Arthur looks back at the career of the driving force behind Apple, Steve Jobs. He was the single-minded visionary who revolutionised three industries: computers, film and music.
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Juliette Garside, Telecoms Correspondent for the Guardian says:
No rival ever really matched Apple on the iPod, and the market for MP3 players remained its own. That has never quite been the case with smartphones, thanks mostly to Google’s intervention.
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Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian
Privacy fears raised as researchers reveal file on iPhone that stores location coordinates and timestamps of owner’s movements